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Fsxsimmer758

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Hi


 


I reset NI to default but the anti aliasing is not as sharp in P3D ?


 


How do I get the same anti aliasing but without having to have NI ?


 


Thanks 


 


AA can be seen on wings and trees 


 


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Have you tried nVidia's Control Panel?  Right click on desktop.

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How do I get the same anti aliasing but without having to have NI ?

 

 

You cant been an ongoing issue in 2.5 for sometime now - only way around it is throwing some NI at it

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In P3D I get 20 fps without It I get 30 fps, Could this be related to inspector settings ? 

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AA settings can cause a performance hit. The thing is, are you smooth at 20? If so, leave it alone. If its stuttery, different story.

 

Vic

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Yea smooth enough at 20

 

Sometimes weather causes a fps drop 

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Clouds are a killer. I run SLI so I don't have that much of an issue with clouds.

 

Vic

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Do I enable DX5 and HDR textures in rex soft clouds ?

 

I dont

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I think Active sky next settings are killing my frames because they are ok with default weather 

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I think Active sky next settings are killing my frames because they are ok with default weather 

 

Could be as I have had that problem in the past also not so much now for some reason

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I think Active sky next settings are killing my frames because they are ok with default weather 

 

It's not Active Sky, it's the clouds it generates reproducing the weather. Cut your cloud layers down. 

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Cloud layers are on 5, Minmum draw distance is 120 and maximum draw is 140 could that be causing it ? 

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Put cloud layers to 3, not much chance of actually seeing those extra two layers, frame rate gain.

Minimum draw distance at 70 to 80, frame rate gain

Maximum draw distance at 90 to 100, frame rate gain.

 

Most places in US low altitude visibility is 50 to 70 miles, above 3000, upper is 75 to about 100 

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